FisherBroyles employment attorney Eric B. Meyer quoted in Business Insurance on Justice Ginsburg’s legacy.

Sep 23, 2020
  • Employment Law
  • FisherBroyles News

“Despite her well-deserved reputation for being an advocate for women’s rights, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy on the U.S. Supreme Court was, in fact, more nuanced,” writes Business Insurance’s Judy Greenwald. Among other landmark decisions, Justice Ginsburg was one of six justices who agreed that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 forbids an employer from firing someone “simply for being homosexual or transgender.” Contributing to Ms. Greenwald’s article, FisherBroyles employment attorney Eric B. Meyer explains why the Supreme Court’s impactful 2020 decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia is such a big part of the Justice Ginsburg’s overall persona.

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